Receiving a Notice to Appear for Investigative Hearing means the Board has concerns about character and fitness serious enough to require taking sworn testimony. A former Florida Bar attorney determined to redefine what it means to provide exceptional legal services to clients with Bar issues. Bringing clients more than twelve years of experience in dealing exclusively with The Florida Bar and its admissions process - nothing else. Managing Bar admissions difficulties through dedication to practicing exclusively in Bar admissions and defense law.

Free Initial Consultations - Payment Plans - Evening and Weekend Appointments Available


I think that success is defined by doing what you love to do, and if you're happy doing it, you're successful. I'm doing what I love and I'm very happy." - Attorney Elizabeth S. Conan

Commitment to Quality

As a Florida Bar hearings attorney, I'm committed to handling each matter with my best effort. I come prepared, and I am accessible and efficient.


I believe my clients and colleagues trust my abilities and value my integrity. I give straightforward guidance with Bar and law school applications and comprehensive preparation for informal and formal Board hearings as well as Bar grievances.


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Client Focused.
Results Driven.

Through exclusive practice in Florida Bar admissions and defense, I've developed a niche in helping surmount difficulties in those areas.


I worked for the Florida Bar for nearly seven years. I explore client concerns, goals and needs to help those involved in the admissions or grievances processes recognize where they are, and guide them toward where they want to be.


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This firm is in the business of answering questions and creating options.


My vision is to empower clients through education. There are significant hazards to be aware of when submitting any document that eventually falls under the inspection of the Florida Board of Bar Examiners, because the decision to recommend admission to the Florida Bar rests with the Board.


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